Monochromatic color is any set of colors that all have the same hue with different levels of white tinting and black shading. They have low contrast with each other and are typically thought to match. As such, monochromatic color is a common strategy for a color scheme.
|Definition||A set of colors with the same hue combined with different levels of white and black.|
|Value||Monochromatic color swatches are a common way to navigate color choices.|
|Scale||Light to Dark|
|Related Concepts||Tints and ShadesHue|
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